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The Maintenance Technician reports to the Lead Maintenance Technician and is responsible for maintenance performed on AirMed International aircraft.
Perform inspection, maintenance, preventative maintenance, trouble-shooting, and replacement of limited parts on aircraft as required.
Assure compliance with Airworthiness Directives, Maintenance Manual requirements and General Maintenance Practices.
Complete maintenance, inspections, and paperwork properly and timely. Participate in on-call maintenance rotation.
Communicate status with lead technician and AirMed team members per company guidelines.
Assist with maintaining hangars and shop equipment as requested.
When receiving incoming aircraft:
Screens the log for incidents reportable under the mechanical Reliability Report Procedures and immediately remits the information by the quickest means of communication available to the Director of Maintenance.
Communicates with pilot and obtains clarification as necessary to ensure that the entry provides sufficient information on which to base rectifying action on all discrepancies.
Rectifies all discrepancies that parts and time permit.
Communicates with Medical Center representative regarding changes in aircraft status.
Prior to releasing departing aircraft:
Ensures that aircraft are airworthy in accordance with current FAR regulations and the General Maintenance Practices.
Ensures that all work or servicing is properly documented.
Ensures that all equipment required for the conditions of the flight is aboard and properly stowed.
Ensures that Airworthiness Release has been completed and recorded in accordance with Company Maintenance Policy and Inspection Procedures.
The Maintenance Technician
Must possess a valid FAA airframe and powerplant license
Must possess valid driver license
Postion requires participation in the FAA – DOT drug and alcohol testing program.
Must be able to push and/or pull 100+ lbs.
Must be able to life and/or carry up to 50 lbs.